Weekly Review 2nd May – 8th May 2011 [good form & hernandez goal]

09 May 2011

Man Utd Winning

It’s May and that means summer is just around the corner. The beginning of the week was pretty busy as I had exams on Wednesday and Thursday. Did pretty well on them. Next week I’ll only have one exam on Friday so I’ll be a little less busy, but I still have to study so that sucks.

This week overall I’ve felt like I’m in good form. I feel more confident on the ball, I score more and give more assists. In the two games I’ve played in this week, I’ve made more assists and scored the same number of goals than in the previous 11 games. So yes i am playing better, but for some reason I did not play for the first team. Not certain why.

This improvement has come I think from playing 13 games in the last 2-3 months and this African training with my trainer Moses. I’ve only gone to two sessions so far, but I feel a better player when I go to them. It means that I skip school, but you gotta do what you gotta do.

Just roughly 4-5 weeks now until the end of the season and then hopefully things will be sorted out so I can begin going to trials around Europe.

My team Chelsea lost today, don’t feel that gutted because winning the title was a pretty big call. There was the Hernandez goal at the start which gave me shivers, the whole atmosphere and fans celebrating was crazy, that’s why it’s featured on this post! I can’t imagine the feeling he would have scoring that.

Next Week

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Morning African Training
Lunch Personal Session(1:25) Personal Session (1:10) African Training (1:30)
Afternoon Watch Game (1:25)   Game Watch (1:00) Personal Session (1:30)
Evening Club Training (1:35) Club Training (1:30) Club Training (1:40) Club Training
Game (2:00)
Late Evening Watch Game (1:15)  


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In 2009, I was an average soccer player with a dream. I started this blog to document my journey from local underdog to getting offered over $100,000 in soccer scholarships, a contract to play professionally and the experience of playing in Europe.
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